Pay what you will: For Gabriel Kahane’s “Book of Travelers” and “Magnificent Bird,” Music on Main is offering a “pay what you will” ticket model. Not only do we want to encourage you to experience one or both of these fantastic performances, we also recognize that personal finances should not be a barrier to engaging with live music.
Music on Main is thrilled to offer options that suit everyone’s budgets. Whatever ticket price you choose, you’ll be happy to connect with live music. (Hearing both concerts will be an extra special experience.) And thank you for supporting the arts and musicians!
featuring: Gabriel Kahane, vocals and piano Capilano String Quartet (Timothy Steeves & David Gillham, violins; Marina Thibeault, viola; and Jonathan Lo, cello)
…this is music with something to say.
Los Angeles Times
Revel in music by one of today’s finest song writers.
Gabriel Kahane’s latest album Magnificent Bird chronicles the final month of a year spent off the internet. It’s filled with gorgeous and intimate musical snapshots that have been described as “glistening and magical.” (San Francisco Chronicle)
Get lost in the moving songs of grief, nostalgia, shame, and salvation. It’s a look into daily life amidst the chaos of the 21st century, a musical insight into the world today. For this Vancouver performance, the Capilano String Quartet joins Gabriel on the ANNEX stage.
When Gabriel returns to Music on Main as Artist in Residence, it’s a rare chance to hear two amazing concerts: Book of Travelers (May 10) and Magnificent Bird both explore moments in life that are at times heart wrenching and full of hope.